Amisha Miller

    Questrom School of Business
    Rafik B. Hariri Building
    595 Commonwealth Avenue
    Boston, MA 02215

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Amisha Miller is a sixth-year PhD candidate in Strategy and Innovation. She is a PhD candidate in Strategy & Innovation at the Questrom School of Business, Boston University. Her research interests are decision-making practices in entrepreneurship and innovation, with a focus on inclusion and inequality. She conducts field experiments and field research, and leverages her previous work in varied entrepreneurship research, policy, and founder roles to inform her research. Amisha plans to join NYU Stern as an Assistant Professor in Management and Organizations.

Amisha’s research has received a 2020 SRF Research Dissertation award, the Best Paper and Best PhD Paper at the 2022 Strategic Management Conference, the Industry Studies Association’s 2022 Giarratani Rising Star Award – Runner Up, and a Best Paper award at AOM (top 10% articles in OMT). Amisha is a Finalist in the Organization Science/INFORMS 2022 dissertation proposal prize, and has won two awards from the Questrom School of Business.

Previously Amisha worked in varied entrepreneurship research and policy in roles in funding organizations, with governments, in nonprofits, and as an entrepreneur. She has an MSc in Population and Development from the London School of Economics and a BA in History from University of Warwick.

  • MSc, London School of Economics, 2009
  • Karp, R., Miller, A., O'Mahony, S. (0) "The Handbook of Peer Production.", Wiley Handbooks in Communication and Media Series, volume 1
  • Miller, A. () "Changing the system, not the seeker: Structuring intuition to evaluate novel ideas from underrepresented founders ",
  • Miller, A., O'Mahony, S., Cohen, S. () "Opening the aperture: Explaining how advice interactions can inform entrepreneurial strategy",